Kodak Black has been arrested for violating his probabtion order, according to XXL. Kodak has been out and about recently - in places that he knows he probably shouldn’t have been - whilst serving a five-year probation sentence. He is currently being held at Broward County Jail without bond.

The Finesse Kid reportedly visited a Miami strip club called Club Lexx on or around February 1st, and was in attendance at Adrien Broner’s boxing match in Cincinnati, Ohio on February 18th, as you can see from his Instagram post below.

Records show he also violated probation by “failing to successfully complete an Anger Management Program and be responsible for the payment of any costs incurred while receiving said treatment, unless waived.” He’s been pulled from his current 'Back and Better' Tour, and it seems unlikely he will be featured on Future’s upcoming 'Nobody Safe' Tour.

Atlantic Records addressed the matter with the following statement: “We are sorry to hear about the recent circumstances surrounding Kodak Black. His lawyers are working diligently on this matter and are hopeful that this will be resolved by next week.” Here's hoping Kodak can stay out of trouble long enough to release his eagerly-anticipated upcoming album Painting Pictures as soon as possible.

At the moment, it appears they still wanna see Kodak “in a penitentiary." Check out his politically-charged “Tunnel Vision” video - with those lyrics in the hook - below.

In other music news, get a sneak peek at Pusha T’s “Darkest Before the Dawn” exhibition, right here.

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